System administrators will like how easy it is to remotely lock networked machines using this helpful tool. As a command-line-only tool, ChaoticVisions QuickLock lacks a GUI, Help file, or even help parameter. The single paragraph installation read-me is all the user guidance offered.
Luckily, it's easy to use the utility. Open a command window. Enter the command and password as a parameter for the computer name to lock. That's it. If you're trying to lock an XP, you'll have to allow Remote Lock through the Windows Firewall, but that's explained in the read-me.
This may be an easy tool to use, but it's geared to system admins, lab managers, and anyone with a family network. As freeware, ChaoticVisions QuickLock fills a need at the perfect price.
QuickLock is a simple command line Windows utility that allows you to lock multiple machines on a network (where you are an admin). Tired of having to lock all your machines manually. Manage a computer lab and want to make sure all your terminals are secure. Don't want to wait for the screensaver to kick in. If so QuickLock is for you. Simple call it from the command line passing in each computer name as parameters. You may find it even more useful to schedule a nighly job which runs QuickLock to ensure all your machines are secure.